Rated R · 99 minutes · 2011

Drama, Thriller
Keira Knightley is brilliant as a temporarily insane woman who has an affair with her psychiatrist—and that psychiatrist just happens to be Carl Jung (masterfully played by Michael Fassbender). Viggo Mortensen does an impressive turn as Sigmund Freud in this spellbinder from director David Cronenberg. Knightley delivers one of those high-wire performances that go right to the edge of physical and emotional cohesion. When her character is “ill” in the film’s early stages, her tics and fits are so real that I was actually concerned for her. Watching Fassbender’s Jung and Mortensen’s Freud having intellectual battles over sex and the psyche is a great acting feat. This is the best thing Knightley has ever done.
Official Site: www.sonyclassics.com/adangerousmethod
Director: David Cronenberg
Producer: Jeremy Thomas, Thomas Sterchi, Matthias Zimmerman, Karl Spoerri, Stephan Mallmann and Peter Watson
Cast: Keira Knightley, Viggo Mortensen, Michael Fassbender, Sarah Gadon, Vincent Cassel, André Hennicke, Arndt Schwering-Sohnrey, Wladimir Matuchin, Jost Grix, Severin von Hoensbroech, Torsten Knippertz, Dirk Greis and Katharina Palm


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Portland Mercury Platonic Bromance A Dangerous Method: Jung and Freud, sittin' in a tree.... by Erik Henriksen 12/22/2011
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Creative Loafing Atlanta A Dangerous Method goes mental Keira Knightley brings an almost embarrassing level of intensity to the historical drama surrounding Freud and Jung by Curt Holman 12/29/2011
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Indy Week David Cronenberg's surprisingly non-delirious A Dangerous Method Two titans of psychotherapy (Jung and Freud) fight over theories of repression, the meaning of dreams and a disturbed and beautiful female patient. by Nathan Gelgud 01/25/2012
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